Apr. 20—DETROIT — There were lobs all over the place. Killian Hayes to Isaiah Stewart. Josh Jackson to Tyler Cook. Hayes to Stewart again. There were a few other that didn't go, but it was a different look than the Pistons are used to showing with their veteran rosters. With most of their veterans on the injury report, the Pistons leaned on their young core, which brought an efficient offense ...
Their three dynamic first-round picks – Killian Hayes, Isaiah Stewart and Saddiq Bey – dazzled for those first eight-plus minutes, but they all made big plays in the fourth quarter, too. Hayes, who established career highs in points (12), assists (nine) and minutes (33), turned scorer in the fourth quarter, hitting all four of his shots, including two mid-range jump shots on consecutive possessions with less than four minutes to play and Cleveland surging.
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